By and large, Jo-Lynn Hunter's midlife crisis is a result a being a trophy wife without children of her own. She had been unhappy for a long time, although in a loving marriage to a handsome, high-flying businessman. But her vainglorious country-club life isn't really what she wants, and she had made a deal with Evan in the beginning that marrying him meant not having children; he didn't want any. With her interior design job recently drying up and with no other focus than being beautiful and sociable for Evan and his circle of friends, Jo-Lynn ultimately feels dissatisfied. There is just something missing.
When Jo-Lynn's Uncle Ji